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Install Link: http://www.123dapp.com/make
 
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Note: the Autodesk 123D series of programs is being phased out in early 2017.  All of the features of 123D Make have been implemented into [[AutoDesk Fusion 360]].
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'''Note:''' the Autodesk 123D series of programs is being phased out in early 2017.  All of the features of 123D Make have been implemented into [[AutoDesk Fusion 360]].
  
 
==Getting Started==
 
==Getting Started==

Revision as of 18:29, 23 February 2017

Description

123D Make is slicing software often used in conjunction with a laser cutter or CNC router instead of a 3d printer. This program allows you to slice a digital 3d model into layers of any thickness you choose, with the intent of then stacking those layers in order to create a large 3d model out of materials such as cardboard or plywood. It can also be used to create complicated 3d models which can be assembled like puzzles.

Availability

123D Make is free software provided through the AutoDesk 123D collection, anyone can download and install it for free on their personal computer.

Install Link: http://www.123dapp.com/make

Note: the Autodesk 123D series of programs is being phased out in early 2017. All of the features of 123D Make have been implemented into AutoDesk Fusion 360.

Getting Started

There are tutorials and videos provided at http://www.123dapp.com/howto/make. Or see this video.

Other Resources

http://www.123dapp.com/make